KITCHEN RADIO SHOW The Kitchen Radio Show: Celebrating like God in France Four underground chefs are cooking delicious street food. Handmade sound, prepared with love, preferably over an open fire. The vinyl collection is always in your luggage. There is no canned food, there is no fast food! The exquisite ingredients: double bass, percussion, guitar, accordion and male vocals. From regional to exotic, organic anyway. A hot sauce made of chili, balkan, reggae, klezmer, wasabi, punk and tango. Well hung pop song comes on the grill, extinguished with a shot of vodka. Old, long forgotten recipes are dug out and refined with a pinch of anarchy. On the buffet, well-known and surprising favourite songs harmonize. If you dare to try it, you won't regret it and will be rewarded with new taste experiences. A good red wine goes well with this, or would you prefer a cool beer? Only what is fun is put on the table - and that's guaranteed to taste good!
MUSIK MIT EINEM K "Musik mit einem K "- that's folk music with urban influences Modern German folklore is today a colourful sack full of influences from neighbouring European regions. In the local sense, world music again. Klezmer, Swing, Reggae, Balkan - the new programme surprises with an interplay of German lyrics, folk music elements and world music colouring. With drums, accordion, acoustic guitar and double bass the band brings their vision of European folklore to the stage. Their new program "Musik mit einem K" is marked by the socialization of the musicians: Here years of wanderings and freedom with the guitar as a constant companion. There the growing up between steel and coal in a culture of diversity. The Ruhr metropolis offered a variety of points of contact with foreign and new musical traditions. From all this, Musik For The Kitchen develop their version of European folklore. They are vagabonds who go on tour for concerts; they see people, regions and states. With wit, charm and intelligence, the mostly German texts entertain and offer a surprising view of society. They tell stories of love, life and all the rest.